I have a question regarding Argon regarding compatibility.
My hardware configuration:
-NSK megatorque motor p/n: M-YS3040FG001
-latest argon firmware
I am interested in trying this motor for an open source sim racing wheel project. Mostly because I acquired the motor for a good price, but it also seems like the high amount of torque it can apply for low power would be good for a sim wheel; albeit the speed is much lower. However, I have not seen any examples of these high torque motors being used with an argon drive so I am afraid I may be missing something. Is there any reason this type of motor would not be compatible with Argon?
Here is a link to the motor manual:
standard NSK ESA motor drive is 0.9 kVA
I am still searching for the motor input voltage/current but the similar M-PS3060KN002 (60Nm peak torque instead of 40) runs on 0-240Vrms 3-phase at a max of 4.16Arms
I ultimately want to use a STM32F4 discovery board to control the motor like many other open source wheel projects. I believe the standard NSK drive will not work with that because it needs a pulse train or +/-10V DC analog input, another reason the Argon drive seems like it would work well.